Monthly Archives: July 2017

Potter demonstrates her wizardry

Steph Potter dominated the International Grammar School athletics carnival at |Homebush on Monday She set records in the 16 years 100m, 200m, 400m and long jump. she also won the javelin, was second in the high jump and third in the … Continue reading

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Stars shine brightly in the twilight

Lara Halmarick and Anna MacGregor excelled at Friday’s Independent Girls Schools Sports Association twilight competition at SOPAC. Lara won her heat of the 15 years girls 100m and helped her school Monte Sant’ Angelo to victory in the intermediate 4x100m … Continue reading

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Ryan’s winter of content

Ryan Dowling continued his good winter from at the West Metropolitan Cross Country meeting at Bella Vista. Competing in the men’s 35+ years division he improved his UTSA Norths 2km club frecord.

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Eight gold medals, five records

Nicolette Donofrio wrapped up her Canadian tour with eight gold medals and five meet records. On her final day of competition she convincingly won the 200m and helped her twam to victory in th 4x100m relay. The previous day she … Continue reading

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The Nicolette show rolls on

Nicolette Donofrio maintained her dominance of Canadian juvenile sprinters with another two wins on Saturday. On the second leg of her Canadian tour, she once again she blitzed her opposition in the 80m hurdles and the 100m, taking gold medals in … Continue reading

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Nicolette four from four

Nicolette Donofrio continued where she left off on Day 2 of competition in Canada. On Sunday she smashed her opposition once again to win both the under 16 years 300m hurdles and 100m, both in meet record time. Nicolette finished … Continue reading

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Oh Canada! Oh Nicolette

Nicolette Donofrio showed the cream of Canadian juvenile sprinters a clean pair of heels on Saturday. Competing in a meet to celebrate Canada’s national day, an on-fire Nicolette destroyed her opposition to take gold in both the under 16 years … Continue reading

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